REDDING, Calif. - A parolee was arrested for a burglary at the Chevron gas station on the morning of September 6.
Redding Police say Joshua Hagar, of Anderson, set off an alarm at the gas station on Churn Creek Road at about 3 a.m.
Witnesses in the area saw the suspect leaving the store and provided a description and direction of travel to officials.
Officers located Hagar walking nearby with stolen items located close to him.
Police said they found evidence at the crime scene linking Hagar to the crime and the suspect was already on parole for burglary.
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